Climbing and hiking

Wide ranges of hikes are available both in and out of parks. The best quality trails are found within the parks or those maintained by the Trans Canada Trail and provincial trail organisations.

Trails and paths can be found of varying lengths and quality, winding through the Rocky Mountains, across the Prairies, along coastal cliffs and just about anywhere you can imagine.

Some recommended areas for hiking include:

Jasper National Park.

British Columbia
Pacific Rim National Park.

New Brunswick
Dobson Trail, Fundy National Park.

Newfoundland & Labrador
Gros Morne National Park.

Nova Scotia
Cape Breton National Park.

Bruce Trail Killarney Provincial Park, Pukaskwa National Park, Voyager Trail.

Gaspesie Park, Mont Tremblant Park.

Yukon Territory
Chilkoot Trail.

Climbing has become more and more popular over the past few years with options available to all levels of experience. Climbing for groups and with instructors and equipment is also becoming more popular and easy to find.

Some recommended areas for climbing include:

Banff National Park, Jasper National Park.

British Columbia

Collingwood, Sault Ste Marie, Thunder Bay.

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